Classic sitcom about a Torquay hotel run by disaster-prone Basil Fawlty. A party of Germans and a fire drill turn Fawlty Towers upside down.
Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Basil decides to have some alterations made to the hotel, but havoc ensues when he takes the cheaper option.
Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Fawlty Towers is expecting some wedding guests, and Basil decides to defend the hotel's standard of morality.
Classic sitcom about a hotel run by disaster-prone Basil Fawlty and his overbearing wife Sybil. Basil's new chef tries to turn Fawlty Towers into a gourmet's paradise.
Classic sitcom about a Torquay hotel. A racing tip and a guest who is hard of hearing spell financial disaster for Basil.
Classic sitcom about a disaster-prone hotelier. A medallion man, a pair of psychiatrists, a pretty Australian girl and a ladder cause Basil some embarrassment.
Classic sitcom about a hotel run by disaster-prone Basil Fawlty and his overbearing wife, Sybil. An unusual request in the restaurant sends Basil over the edge. Show more
Classic sitcom about a disaster-prone hotelier. Basil plans a surprise wedding anniversary party, but when the guests arrive there is one vital element missing.
Arts news, interviews and reviews. John Wilson talks to Andrew Sachs about his new autobiography, and to Martin Carthy on a lifetime of folk music. Show more
Sitcom about a manic hotelier. Havoc ensues when a public health inspector threatens to close the hotel and Manuel introduces his pet 'hamster'.
Classic sitcom about a manic hotelier. Basil is terrified when he hears some hotel inspectors are in town.
Sitcom about a manic hotelier. When a guest at Fawlty Towers meets an unfortunate end, Basil decides to dispose of the body himself.
Film-makers Jane Watson and Mark Smith observe a colony of aggressive caracaras, rare birds of prey on a stormy island in the South Atlantic. Show more
The son of a wealthy Russian landowner is suffering from fears and phobias. Freud's treatment focuses on a dream his patient had as a young child: a dream of white wolves. Show more
A behind the scenes look at the world's longest running poetry request programme, following the programme-makers, presenter Roger McGough and listeners of the Radio 4 show. Show more
By Hugh Costello. Thomas Perret should be dead. He resigned as Pope Paul VII two years ago, but with his successor in trouble, a collision between the two pontiffs seems inevitable. Show more
A celebration of the TV sidekick, looking at the role of the assistant/companion on television, from drama to sitcom and light entertainment to children's programmes. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Is 13-year-old Eliot Green ready to become a man in the Jewish faith? Adapted from TV with Hugo Raine and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Show more
Mystery by Bert Coules, inspired by the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A disused lighthouse on a remote stretch of the Kent coast is the scene of a bizarre double death. Show more
By Bert Coules, inspired by the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The shocking truth behind the mystery of the politician, the lighthouse and the trained cormorant is revealed. Show more